Tag: Wine Club

Fowl and fine wine

If one were to stereotype the lifestyle of a Berry Bros. & Rudd staffer, images of game lunches matched with a large glass of Château Something-or-other would almost certainly spring to mind. Doing little to disabuse you of this notion (although the reality is, we assure you, far less indulgent) we recently came across a delicious […]

Central Europe: the New World?

Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia and Moldova are, in reputation at least, a long way from the Old World wine regions of countries such as France. But recent investment and development means that they are fast becoming the source of some of the world’s most exciting wines. Martin Hudson MW, the buyer who selected some Central European […]

Designing the times: behind the Berry Bros. & Rudd brand

From the cask at the top of this blog and the fonts it uses, to the new Wine Club Members’ Packs, Harry Pearce, designer and partner at international agency Pentagram, is the man behind Berry Bros. & Rudd’s brand evolution. Here he talks to us about how he approached the brief, and his philosophy of design. Working […]

“A ‘turn left’ kind of a service”

Our recently relaunched wine club has been hitting the headlines, and today’s review comes courtesy of the Telegraph Luxury. We think the piece is well worth a read (in fact, we couldn’t have put it better ourselves)… “The phrase ‘wine club’ has somehow become synonymous with razzamatazzy £50 off leaflets dropping out of your Amazon […]